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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

CMC Microsystems Provides Hundreds of Canadian University Researchers with Access to Tensilica Prototyping Technology for Designs Using Xtensa LX2

CMC Microsystems has upgraded its license for Tensilica’s Xtensa LX2 processor generator, boosting the prototyping capability available to university researchers through Canada’s System-on-Chip Research Network (SOCRN).

This technology, which helps optimize designs by reducing the power and increasing the efficiency of the chip, will enable engineers at 36 participating SOCRN universities to create FPGA-based hardware prototypes for designs that include customized versions of the Xtensa LX2 processor. The agreement will enable wider use and application of system-on-chip (SOC) designs with Tensilica’s Xtensa-based configurable processor technology.

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